Networking Archives - Page 49

Sean O’Mahoney, CEO FatPort

At the beginning of the year Canadians thought hotspots were trendy bars. Today the word means cafes, hotels, airports, hospitals as well as trendy bars offering wireless Internet connectivity.Credit for the explosion in

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 ITBusiness Staff

Steve Simmons, VP of channels, Cisco Canada

Cisco delivered the most significant channel program this year. A plan based on fairness and profitability After chopping its entire channel in half last year, Cisco Systems decided this year to reward its

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 ITBusiness Staff

Nick Tidd, President of 3Com Canada

Nick Tidd feels as if he's gone from the frying pan to the fire. The director of business compliance and go-to-market strategy for 3Com Corp. has been involved in the negotiations that led

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 Greg Meckbach

SINC : The quiet newcomer

You may not have heard of Montreal-based SINC, which was named Newcomer of the Year for cracking the Top 75 solution providers list for the first time. In part that's because the company

Published on: December 9th, 2003 Howard Solomon

HP throws channel a curve

Hewlett-Packard Canada Ltd. of Mississauga, Ont., under its ProCurve line of networking products, has released three gigabit Ethernet solutions in an attempt to increase the adoption of the technology in the enterprise. The

Published on: October 31st, 2003 Paolo Del Nibletto

CIA reinvents itself

In 27 years, CIA Group has gone from a small Amos, Que.-based firm selling payroll software to a multi-office company providing hardware, software and services. Now it's exploring the realm of unified messaging.

Published on: October 31st, 2003 Gail Balfour

SnapGear hunts for ISPs

A Utah manufacturer is having a tough time trying to broaden the channel for its virtual private network firewall appliances in Canada. SnapGear Inc., which has a network of 25 resellers here, is

Published on: October 31st, 2003 Howard Solomon

3Com/Hauwei start shipping router solutions

3Com Corp.'s new 5000 Series routers, which began shipping this month, will be attractive to customers wanting an alternative to Cisco equipment, according to one market research analyst. Albert Daoust, director of special

Published on: October 17th, 2003 Greg Meckbach

Cisco channel boss rolls out high margins

Paul Mountford may be new to the job of vice-president of worldwide channels for Cisco Systems but he is already making lots of friends. He is doing so by offering unprecedented high margins

Published on: July 17th, 2003 Paolo Del Nibletto

Cisco lights SMB fire

TORONTO — In a bid to generate heat in the SMB space, Cisco is pitching SMB network solutions, a services program and leasing solutions to channel partners. Working with channel partners in the

Published on: July 16th, 2003 CDN Staff

Serial ATA supplants parallel ATA: industry

Storage connection woes have prompted many players to get behind serial ATA in a big way. The technology — which has reached specification level 1.0 with product rollout underway; level II product releases

Published on: May 16th, 2003 CDN Staff

Novell updates Clear Channel with PartnerNet

Novell's historic Clear Channel initiative celebrated its one-year anniversary by announcing an additional component called PartnerNet.the PartnerNet program for 2003 will focus on increasing new business in the channel by offering more accounts

Published on: December 17th, 2002 Paolo Del Nibletto

Nick Tidd, President of 3Com Canada

Long before setting his sights on making 3Com Canada the most respected kid on the networking block, managing director Nick Tidd was quite adept at wowing audiences with his technology savvy and a

Published on: December 17th, 2002 Monika Rola

Partners sharing more of EMC sales

Channel partners of storage giant EMC Corp. are increasingly getting a bigger share of its revenue as the company expands from its direct sales base and targets mid-size businesses and corporate departments.""We're finding

Published on: November 15th, 2002 Howard Solomon

AT&T takes price cap issue to Cabinet

Frustration over the national regulator's price cap for use of incumbent telephone networks has led one competitive local exchange carrier to appeal to a higher authority.AT&T Canada Tuesday said it had filed a

Published on: August 27th, 2002 Shane Schick